[Note: With the film screening as part of this years Horror-On-Sea Film Festival, here's a reposting of our review of the fantastically funny horror Camp Death III in 2D!]
Apparently shot on a budget of $35,000Cdn, Camp Death III in 2D is – at first glance – a terrible, low-budget pile of cinematic crud featuring some of the worst acting ever committed to celluloid. That is until you realise instead that the film in fact both a loving tribute to, and an over-the-top Troma-esque parody of, the slasher movie: in particular the Friday the 13th franchise. A parody that takes the idea of parodies to the [il]logical extreme!
Undoubtedly inspired by the outrageous cinematic stylings of Troma, Camp Death III in 2D follows a group of camp counselors and troubled youths, composed entirely of excruciating social stereotypes and slasher movie tropes, who are all